Anglican General Synod

Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia

Te Hahi Mihinare ki Aotearoa ki Niu Tireni, ki Nga Moutere o Te Moana Nui a Kiwa

Resources

Regulations for the conduct of processes in Title D, Canon III

1 Letter forwarding a complaint received to the Registrar

2 Complaint Form

2 Complaint Form 32.89 kB

3 Letter to Complainant acknowledging receipt of complaint

4A Information Sheet Complainant 

4B Information Sheet Respondent

5A Letter to Respondent - Standard

5B Letter to Respondent - Suspension during assessment

6A Notice to recommend dismissal of complaint

6B Notice to recommend suspension following assessment during tribunal

6C Notice of general recommendation

7 Complainant's request form for a review of recommendation

8 Registrar's reference of a review request to MSC Chair

9 Chair's review decision form

10 Formal Complaint Document - Church Advocate

11 Respondent's Response Document

12 Tribunal Hearing Notice

13 Notice of Appeal against a Tribunal decision

Notice of Appeal 30.27 kB

14 Application for Special Appeal

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It is our hope that the information contained here will enable Anglicans and others to be informed of the ministry of this Church. The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, is a constitutionally autonomous member of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia encompasses the area described by its title. The 1992 Constitution of this Church provides for three partners to order their affairs within their own cultural context. Within Aotearoa New Zealand, Tikanga Pakeha comprises seven Dioceses, Tikanga Maori comprises five Amorangi, the boundaries of which differ from those of the dioceses. Tikanga Pasefika encompasses Fiji, Tonga, Samoa and the Cook Islands, and is known as the Diocese of Polynesia. Publication: 'Anglican Taonga' (Treasure) is a publication affirming the unity and diversity of the Anglican community in these islands. .

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